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A study to confirm the reliability and construct validity of an organisational citizenship behaviour measure on a South African sample
(AOSIS Publishing, 2015-10)
ENGLISH SUMMARY : Orientation: Organisational citizenship behaviour, or extra-role behaviours, are essential outcomes for the health functioning of organisations. Research purpose: The primary goal of the study was to ...
The influence of ethical leadership on trust and work engagement : an exploratory study
(AOSIS Publishing, 2014-11-26)
Orientation: Work engagement is increasingly becoming an important outcome for organisational success. A trusting and ethical relationship between leaders and followers is likely to positively contribute to the work ...
A confirmatory factor analytic study of a self-leadership measure in South Africa
(AOSIS Publishing, 2013-06)
Orientation: Self-leadership is considered to be essential for effective individual functioning in occupational and academic contexts. The revised self-leadership questionnaire (RSLQ) is widely utilised for measuring ...
The relationship between servant leadership, affective team commitment and team effectiveness
(AOSIS Publishing, 2013-04)
Orientation: Value-based leadership practices play a critical role in teamwork in highperformance organisations. Research purpose: The aim of the study was to empirically validate a theoretical model explicating the ...
A preliminary study to assess the construct validity of a cultural intelligence measure on a South African sample
(AOSIS Publishing, 2014-09)
Orientation: Cultural intelligence is an essential social competence for effective individual interaction in a cross-cultural context. The cultural intelligence scale (CQS) is used extensively for assessing cultural ...
The relationship between transformational leadership, integrity, and an ethical climate in organisations
(AOSIS Publishing, 2009-10)
By effectively utilising the transformational leadership process, an organisation’s culture can be transformed into one that encourages ethical behaviour. The aim of this study was to validate a theoretical model to explain ...